Steroids to treat inner ear infection

The injections are performed with the patient lying down and using the office microscope. The ear is first cleaned of wax. A small area of the eardrum is numbed with a drop of medication. A small needle and syringe are then used and the needle is passed through the eardrum at the site that is numbed so that the tip is in the ear, near the round window. This is a membrane where drugs are absorbed in to the cochlea. The fluid is injected in to the middle ear and the patient stays lying down for 20-30 minutes during which he does not swallow or sniff. The drug sits against the round window and is absorbed in to the inner ear. The patient then sits up slowly and leaves the office. Patients should not drive for a few hours after this procedure. Water is kept out of the ear until it is confirmed that the tiny hole has healed.

The fibers of the hearing and balance nerves run very closely together. Infrequently, some hearing loss may occur.  Depending on the level of hearing present, the hearing can be monitored during the course of the operation. The facial nerve lies close to the hearing and balance nerves. Just like hearing, the status of facial nerve functioning can also be monitored. While under general anesthesia, recording electrodes are placed in the facial muscles. These electrodes detect contractions of the facial muscles, and the signals are transmitted to a speaker so the surgeon may hear the responses.

Barry Strasnick, MD, FACS  Chairman, Professor, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Eastern Virginia Medical School

Barry Strasnick, MD, FACS is a member of the following medical societies: Alpha Omega Alpha , American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery , American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery , American Auditory Society , American College of Surgeons , American Medical Association , American Tinnitus Association , Ear Foundation Alumni Society, Norfolk Academy of Medicine , North American Skull Base Society , Society of University Otolaryngologists-Head and Neck Surgeons , Vestibular Disorders Association , Virginia Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

Disclosure: Nothing to disclose.

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Steroids to treat inner ear infection

steroids to treat inner ear infection

Candida and other fungal infection: The area of inner thighs and groin are moist and thus more likely to accumulate the colonies of microorganisms especially fungus. Some special types of yeast or fungus grow on the human skin and give rise to rashes and many other skin lesions. The area can be kept dry by using herbal/antibiotic or antifungal powder. Especially during monsoon and summer one has to have this practice. Ringworm, candida, acne vulgaris are few conditions that could be associated with inner thigh rashes. The treatment depends upon the cause.

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